Tourist Visas and Other Travel Documents Assistance


tourist-visa

As an authorised tour operator company, we are offering tourist visa processing facility for the following tourism destinations:

As duly accredited by the Bureau of Immigration, we also assist in securing foreign visas to other foreign passport holders not holding Philippine Passports and other Immigration Documentations and Renewal. 

For Official Visa Fees and Service Rates please contact us.

BIRTH

We assist in PSA Documentation

  • Philippine Statistics Authority (formerly National Statistics Office) – A Philippine government’s major statistical agency responsible in collecting, compiling, classifying, producing, publishing, and disseminating general-purpose statistics as provided for in Commonwealth Act No. 591.
  • Birth Certificates – A vital record that documents the birth of a child. The term “birth certificate” can refer to either the original document or a certified copy of or representation of the original record of birth.
  • Marriage Contract – A contract entered into prior to marriage, civil union or any other agreement prior to the main agreement by the people intending to marry or contract with each other.
  • Death Certificate – a document issued by a government official such as a registrar of vital statistics that declares the date, location and cause of a person’s death.

 

As duly accredited by the Department of Foreign Affairs, we also assist in services required from the said government agency as such: 

DFA-Redribbon

We assist in securing Red Ribbon

  • Is the authenticated document from the Department of Foreign Affairs.
philippine-passport

Passport Application First-time and Renewal

    • New Applicant
      Requirements:

      • NSO Birth Certificate(Original)
      • NBI or Baptismal Certificate
      • 2 valid ID’s (atleast 1 government ID)
      • Completely filled up application form click to download passport-application-form
    • Renewal Applicant
      Requirements:

    • Lost Passport Applicant
      Requirements:

      • Verification for the lost passport
      • Original Birth Certificate on National Statistics Office (NSO) security paper.
      • Affidavit of lost
      • Police report if valid
      • 2 valid ID’s (atleast 1 government ID)
      • Completely filled up application form click to download passport-application-form
    • ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS
      • For Married women
        • Marriage Certificate on NSO security paper
        • If married to a foreigner, Certificate of Filipino Overseas (CFO)

 

    • For Minor applicant (below 18 years old)
      • Original passport of travelling companion
      • Photocopy of Birth Certificate on NSO security paper
      • If travelling with father, Marriage Certificate on NSO security paper
      • If travelling with guardian:
        • Affidavit of Support and Consent from Mother (authenticated by the nearest Philippine Embassy if Mother is abroad)
        • Special Power of Attorney (authenticated by the nearest Philippine Embassy if Mother is abroad)
        • DSWD Clearance

       

    • For Muslim applicants
      • For those whose births were registered, please refer to requirements for first time passport applicants
      • For those whose births were not registered:
        • Late registered Birth Certificate (BC)on NSO security paper
        • Original and photocopy of Voter’s Affidavit or other supporting documents indicating date and place of birth and citizenship, identity and tribal affiliation
        • Certificate from the Office on Muslim Affairs (OMA)
      • For converts :
        • Submit annotated Birth Certificate (BC) on NSO security paper
        • Court Order granting change of name
        • Shari’ah Court Order
        • OMA Certificate of Conversion

Rates are inclusive of Official Passport Processing fee and Service Fee:
For the regular electronic passport will take 30 working days. Php 1,500.00
For rush electronic passport will take 15 working days. Php 1,800.00

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC:
Warning: Submission of false information and falsified documents are punishable under Philippine Laws.